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Description of Problem-Solving Methods

  • The main elements of a specification in the PSM framework are:
    • the task – specifies the goals that should be solved in order to solve a given problem. A second part of a task specification is the definition of requirements on domain knowledge;

    • the problem-solving method – describes an reasoning steps to perform a task as an operational specification separately from a description of the competence, and a description of the requirements on domain knowledge;

    • the domain model – usually ontology-based description in three parts, a meta-level characterisation of properties, the domain knowledge, and (external) assumptions of the domain model;

    • the adapter – maps the different terminologies of the task definition, problem-solving method and domain model. Moreover, gives further requirements and assumptions needed to relate the competence of the PSM with the functionality of the task.


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